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Tally-Ho (1971)

Author: Florida State University
Volume: v. 24 1971
Subject: Yearbooks
Publisher: Florida State University
Possible copyright status: This item is in the public domain.
Language: English
Digitizing sponsor: LYRASIS Members and Sloan Foundation
Book contributor: Florida State University Libraries
Collection: floridastateuniversity; americana


The publication of yearbooks at Florida State University began in 1901 when West Florida Seminary published The Argo. Publication under that title continued through the transition to Florida State College with two more editions before it was halted when the school was renamed and repurposed as the Florida Female College in 1905. In 1909 the name of the school changed to Florida State College for Women, and one year later the institution published its first yearbook entitled, Flastacowo. After the 1915 edition, publication was suspended during World War I, and resumed in 1921. In 1947 the school returned to coeducation as Florida State University and in 1948 it published the new yearbook, Tally Ho! After the student published 1971 edition, publication of the Tally-Ho! was halted. Since then it has been published sporadically under various titles, including Tally Ho (1973), Artifacts (1980-1981, 1985-1986), and finally, Renegade (1988-1997, 2006-2007). Publication of the yearbooks ceased after the 2007 Renegade. The 1971 Florida State University Tally Ho featured the editorial cartoons of Doug Marlette, and was not in the traditional yearbook format. This edition had no student portraits, was topical and stylish, and served more as a pamphlet for student causes. The annual publication was discontinued after this edition, along with the student publications department. Marlette attended Florida State University from 1969 to 1971, but stopped six hours short of a degree to become the editorial cartoonist for the Charlotte Observer. He would become best known for his Kudzu comic strip. Marlette died in 2007 at the age of 57.

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